188. M&Ms and Ouija Boards: Ghost Encounters from the 50s and 60s


Growing up in the middle of the last century in America is often idealized as carefree and wholesome, but dropping peanuts into cokes and mixing Ovaltine didn’t inoculate the era from the same curiosity to touch the supernatural as all other times. Behind the chromed facade, America was brimming with spirits as ever, and quite a few people remember the era with a distinctly haunted pallor.

In this episode, Katy reads from another edition of Haunted Encounters, a collection of first hand ghost stories.

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